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Ravens 6, Corey Graham 6, Pollard 5, Leftwich 4, Jacoby 4, Pittsburgh 3, San Diego 2, Israel 2, Byron Leftwich 2, Malibu 2, Nbc 2, Baltimore 2, Atlanta 2, Pittsburgh Steelers 2, Wendy 2, San Francisco 1, Los Angeles 1, London 1, U.s. 1, Anyby 1,
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    November 18, 2012
    8:30 - 8:59pm PST  

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gets a first down but the clock keeps running. precious seconds being ticked away. to 28. mennen hall has got to go out of bounds there. leftwich throws. and at the 49, it's incomplete. intended for miller. it's corey graham with another big play. second down. 28 seconds left. >> cris: you know, corey graham has just become a nightmare, sort of lurking in the middle of this field. he already has the interception earlier in the game. this is going to be completed and big-time shot and legal shot. did not go to the head, which we see so often in those kinds of situations. corey graham has had some night out here. >> al: simultaneously. second and ten.
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the ball at the 28. leftwich throws! and it's going to be dislodged at midfield by pollard. cotchery looked like he was going to haul it in and pollard, known for big hits, extracted it. >> cris: here you distinguisgo. you get it from the inside/out and this is what safeties get paid to do. it was a perfect throw. dropped it right on the money and pollard, who has become the hammer on this defense, without question, bernard pollard has become the hammer and the hammer just dropped one. >> al: with cotchery down on the sideline, an injury time-out. . ♪ if it wasn't for you
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and incomplete. gil gilreath is down there. >> cris: a train wreck to start with. to me more important than that, he know byron leftwich could throw the ball this far. he couldn't in this situation. gets out. get himself set up. he is throwing it from the 25 yard line. and he didn't even get close to it. >> al: somehow, some way, barring a minor miracle, he has to get the ball at least on the outside to stop the clock. on fourth down, hangs in there. throws it underneath at the 31. that is wallace. now they will run the old how many laterals can be we gwe gett and it winds up in the hands of
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courtney yaupshaw. that takes us to the finish line. a night that started promising for the pittsburgh steelers, less than a minute into the game they get a ouched. jacoby jones with the biggest play of the game, the punt return. it's all about defense as it normally is in this series. and the baltimore ravens have put themselves in tremendous shape in the afc north. >> cris: they really did. for the pittsburgh steelers, blowing those two time-outs is huge! you can't make those kind of mistakes in big fames gamgames . >> al: baltimore winds it 13-10 with the wendy's postgame report coming your way next. .
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well, seven of the last nine regular season games between these two teams have been decided by exactly three points. but, now, the ravens have won the last three against pittsburgh, have a two-game lead in the division, they take their record to 8-2. the players of the game, jacoby jones, 63-yard punt return for a touchdown. he has two kick returns prior to this. corey graham with a big late hit and interception prior to that. they are are the players of the game and they are are michele. >> michele: with game like this it generally comes down to one or two plays here and there. jacoby jones in a game points were hard to come by, your punt return for the touchdown was the kirchs mak difference maker in the game. >> we emphasize and worked hard all week and everybody did a
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great job of blocking. >> michele: you move to 8-2 now. the next time you have these guys is two weeks away from your place. what do you expect it will be like? >> we have san diego first and my mind is there on san diego. >> michele: congratulations, jacoby. >> thank you. >> michele: on night you weren't a starter, corey graham, a physical game. you came up with huge plays when it mattered. how did you come up with this performance? >> you have to come out here and play. the figure i have to do my best and try to be a difference maker. >> michele: this game is always physical, hard-hitting. we see it. what is it like to play in it? >> to be honest, my first time witnessing it and living up to expectations and tried to be as physical as we could and the guys played as hard as they could and we got a victory. >> michele: in two weeks you face the steelers again. you expect anything different? >> i don't expect anything different. the guys will play hard. i don't know if big ben is going
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to be here but they will play hard regardless and we have to find a way to get a win. >> michele: congratulations. >> thank you. appreciate it. >> so i can sleep tonight, i said corey graham had a big late hit. i didn't mean it was illegal. i meant a big hit late in the game. but you probably incurred that anyby. let's bring in tony dungy. your reaction to tonight's game and in one sense, typical between the ravens and steelers in that it was close, but there were aspects of it that were anything but typical. >> exactly. john harbaugh and the ravens have to be ecstatic. this whole season, it's been ray rice and joe flacco and the offense carrying them. but they got big plays from their defense and their special teams. in fact, rice and flacco were subpar tonight. but they got an early fumble recovery and ed reed seems to be a magnet to that football. this gave them three points early in the game and got them started when the offense was struggling a little bit. then jacoby jones talked about that punt return and the
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blocking that he got. a little bit of a long kick. they outkicked their coverage and jones with tremendous speed got great blocking and these were the two plays that really turned the game around for the ravens and got them that two-game lead in the division. >> coach, byron leftwich made some good throws during the game but there were also some other throws that he might ordinarily have made, receivers were open. and it looked like he was struggling a little bit from early on in the game and that prevented him from making those throws. >> i think so. he definitely got hit. cris pointed it out and al on the game broadcast. but mike tomlin has stuck with his quarterback when he is in there and we saw that with ben roethlisberger last year, when he would get banged up and leftwich gutted it out but no question, he wasn't 100% at the end of the game. >> the ravens have now won three in a row. who do you see as the other hot team to look for down the stretch? >> well, you know, bob, everybody is going to be focused
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on houston and atlanta having the best records in their conference, but i always like my teams to be hot going into december and i think there's two teams that have great quarterbacking and on hot. the green bay packers and denver broncos. green bay won five in a row and it's aaron rodgers making those big throws to carry them. i definitely would not want to play them now. then on the afc side, the denver broncos started out slowly just like green bay, but peyton manning has gotten used to those receivers. he has gotten that chemistry, that feel with them. they have won five in a row as well and i think these two quarterbacks can really be prepared to have their teams do some damage in the playoffs. >> all right, tony. thanks. lurking just on the outside, the new orleans saints now suddenly hot at 5-5 and only puts them one game out of the last wild card spot in the nfc. turning now, no shot in their division, of course. they are four back of atlanta but a shot at a wild card. we go to mike florio of pro football talk. mike, take us through some of
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the day's most important injuries. >> bob, the biggest one came in new england where tight end rob gronkowski suffered a broken forearm. he most definitely won't be available thursday night against the jets. it's unknown how long he will be out with that broken bone. in philadelphia, last week, it was quarterback mike vick with a concussion. this week star running back lesean mccoy suffered a concussion and won't be able to practice or play until he gets clearance from an independent neurologist. in denver, running back willis mcgahee who suffered a decade ago one of the most gruesome injuries in a college football game and has an injury to his right knee. i'm told that he believes that he will be fine. he may have an mri on monday to confirm that. bob? >> mike, thanks. tune into the all new pro football talk every weekend at 5:00 p.m. on the nbc sports north. network. catch "the dan patrick show" weekdays 9:00 a.m. to noon also on the nbc sports network. back to wrap things up with al and cris after this.
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>> al: you threw an extra syllable in! >> cris: if i ever tried to say that word again, punch me in the head. >> al: you get paid by the syllable.
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thanksgiving night we go to the meadowlands. jets win today in st. louis. at least they won't be completely crazy thursday night. the patriots keep rolling. >> cris: okay, the patriots are the patriots. tom brady was absolutely brilliant today but we knew that. mark sanchez saved himself a lot of trouble this week by coming out and playing the way he did. he knneeded that kind of performance. they are a team. this whole thing is crazy. the pittsburgh steelers come back to the pack a little bit. the bengals think they have got a shot. all of a sudden, the jets know their season is on the line thanksgiving night. >> the patriots are rolling. they are 7-3 and on top three games in the division but minus gronkowski now. >> cris: it's going to make a difference. he has been the go to guy for tom brady a long time. i'm probably most excited about turducken. john madden is going to bring the turducken and we will have the madden player of the game. i've never been a part of a turducken game and i'm excited. >> al: i've eaten it and it's
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delicious and 18 million fat grams. that is thursday night. see you on thursday from the meadowlands. new england against the jets. then the giants and the packers a week from tonight. from the meadowlands as well. that will do it from pittsburgh. al michaels and cris collinsworth and michele tafoya and our whole gang, including fred gadelli, so long from pittsburgh. .
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>> there is a growing memorial at a 7-11 in the south bay. tonight, police have linked his death to an officer-involved shooting. good evening. a man hunt is underway in the bay area tonight. pligs arrested one man in connection with a string of crimes, but they're looking for a second gunman and they're anxious to track him down. nbc bay area at that 7-eleven at the scene of the killing. >> reporter: diane, the san jose police association announced a $10,000 reward. police released this photo of the suspect they do have in
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custody. police say the 26-year-old, along with another man wo ho is still on the loose were involved in four other robberies. >> anybody who is willing to take part in four armed robberies and shooting at a police officer, basically trying to kill one of our cops, is as dangerous as it gets. >> reporter: according to police, they first robbed a little caesar. then a gas station and then a jack-in-the-box. after the robbery, police say they went to a 7-eleven store on the 400 block of tv boulevard during an attempted carjacking. the 22-year-old victim died in the parking lot where people have left flowers and notes in his memory. his friends, who did not want their faszs shown on camera says
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he was a good person and a great friend who was in the wrong place at the wrong time and they hope flpolice catch the second suspected and soon. police hope they're able to arrest the first suspect. >> there was basically a good old fashion eed gun battle goin on there. >> during the exchange, one officer suffered minor injuries and one gunman was shot. willbanks ran into a nearby home sending the people inside fleaing. police were eventually able to arrest him. now the focus turns to the second gunman who is still on the run which makes many people we talk today isan jose uneasy. >> it definitely makes me more nervous. if they're on the streets, that means they're at large and we're all at risk and that's not good. >> you hear something tragic as what had happened with the robberies and then a shoot out. you know, you've just got to be on your toes and just watch out.
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>> reporter: officials have released the name of one of the officers involved in that shoot out with the suspect. bruce arbellami. the other officer's name has not yet been released, though we are told he has been on the force for 10 years. live in san jose, nbc bay area news. >> kimberly, thank you for the update. we also have new information on a deadly shooting this weekend. police are now saying the victim may have been killed during a robbery. today, that victim was identified in the east bay. police say he was sitting in his car with a woman when at least two other people approached them. at some point, shots were fired and officers found the victim in the street. witnesses so two men running from the area. authorities have not released the diet of the woman but are asking anyone with information
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to call the police department. a teenager accused in the violent sexual assault of a 65-year-old woman set to appear in court tomorrow. the 14-year-old is expected to be tried as an adult. he faces charges of atectempted murder, assault and robbery. he then forced her to drive to another location, sexually assaulted her, bound her with duct tape and dumped her on the side of the road. police say he called the victim's family and demanded ransom money. she is expected to recover. hundreds of people gathered today to remember a woman they call a remarkable leader who died earlier this month. 83-year-old ellen fletcher with the bay area bicycle and environmental advocate. she died of lung cancer and was not a smoker. she lived in london and new york before settling in palo alto.
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>> my mom was really an amazing woman. she is before her time in terms of getting bicycle lanes and parking and all kinds of amenities for bicycles. >> fletcher rode her bike frequently. she served on the city council from 1977 to 1989. the proposed warrior's arena is expected to get another round of support tomorrow. last week, the board of supervisors gave an initial thumbs up for the $1 billion project saying it appears physically feasible. tomorrow, the restaurant and hotel workers union are expected to urge the board to give the stadium the green light, as well. we're told the project would create over 4,000 jobs, about half of them permanent. under the proposal, 25% of the
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work force hired would be san francisco residents. a wave of violence in the middle east. people in los angeles took action today. plus, a special south airlines jet. >> and the weekend wrapped up with increasing clouds. and, right now, the radar picking up just a few sprinkles outside. but you'll notice here as we show you the rest of the west coast, a very stormy pattern is taking shape. what it means for your workweek forecast and our next chance of seeing rain when we come right back. ♪ just put a little bit of yourself ♪
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